Grammar

Average person does this 1000 times a day?

Good question... It's definitely not "number of heartbeats", "number of times blinked", "number of breaths taken"... Perhaps it's "number of words spoken" ? Or possibly "the number of times swallowed during the day".

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Which is right - 'all this days' or 'all these days'?

"all these days" is the correct usage.

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When will July 7 again be in a year that ends in 07?

Answer The next date will be July 7, 2107

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Is it Their towels laid on the concrete all day or Their towels lain on the concrete all day?

Well, does it have what put it there? No. Therefore, it is laid. If it were lain, it would have what put it there. for example: "the chicken had lain 6 eggs"

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Is have a nice holiday or have nice holidays correct grammar?

Either is correct, but you would want to use the first in reference to a single holiday. "Have nice holidays" could be used when there are two holidays close together, like Christmas and New Years.

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Why is epiphany celebrated?

The Epiphany is a Christian holiday that is celebrated on January 6. It is celebrating the three Magi arriving in Bethlehem to see the baby Jesus. It is a celebration of Jesus being revealed to those who did not believe in God.

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What are the seven steps of a Hindu marriage ceremony?

1. May this couple be blessed with an abundance of resources and comforts, and be helpful to one another in all ways. 2. May this couple be strong and complement one another. 3. May this couple be blessed with prosperity and riches on all levels. 4. May this couple be eternally happy. 5. May this...

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